H-Business is the digital network for the Business History Conference, an international organization devoted to the study of business enterprise and organization and of all aspects of the interactions of business with society, government, and culture in a historical context.

Recent Content

Host a Cohort of Fulbright Visiting Scholars on Your Campus

Are you a U.S. faculty member or university administrator interested in hosting a cohort of junior scholars from Egypt, Lebanon, or Iraq? Take advantage of this unique opportunity to establish relationships with academics at universities abroad and build upon current efforts to internationalize your campus and community. 

2018-2019 Lemelson Center Fellowships and Travel Grants (Apps Due: 1 Dec 2017)

Research Opportunities at the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center
Applications Due: 1 December 2017

Through its fellowships and travel grants, the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation supports research projects that present creative approaches to the study of invention and innovation in American society. Projects may include (but are not limited to) historical research and documentation projects resulting in dissertations, publications, exhibitions, educational initiatives, documentary films, or other multimedia products. 

Registration open for The History of Women in Engineering in the UK conference, IET Savoy Place, London, Monday 27 November 2017

With apologies for cross-posting.

The History of Women in Engineering in the UK

IET Savoy Place, London

Monday 27 November 2017, 9.30am to 5pm

Funded by the IET History of Technology Technical & Professional Network

Full details including online registration at https://communities.theiet.org/communities/events/item/214/39/18711

CFP: Female Entrepreneurs in the Long 19th Century: a Global Perspective - Edited Book and Workshop

CFP: Edited Collection (and Workshop)

Female Entrepreneurs in the Long Nineteenth Century: a Global Perspective edited by Dr Catherine Bishop (University of Sydney) and Dr Jennifer Aston (University of Northumbria).

This collection aims to move beyond trans-Atlantic and imperial frameworks to consider nineteenth-century female entrepreneurship as a global phenomenon. To this end we have gathered together a number of scholars working on disparate regions, from Brazil to Quebec, Luanda to Sydney, Russia to the UK.

Pages